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carrying corn. it happened in this incorporated area of east contra costa county. passengers tell us they felt the train shudder. the impact scared passengers, some of whom panicked. this doctor helped the pregnant woman when the woman started screaming. >> i got so scared. >> it was panicked. no one heard anything for 10, 15 minutes when they announced it on the speakers. >> i was falling asleep and i saw the jerk and i freaked out a little bit. >> just a little bit? >> a lot, actually. >> the fire chief tells us that 35 people were injured. >> approximately 35 victims have been injured in the collision from minor to moderate injuries. they are currently being triaged and transported to local hospitals. >> the driver and a passenger of the truck the train hit are uninjured. >> now, this is what the scene looks like live from sky 7. there are four fire trucks and 10 ambulances were distach patched. -- dispatched. they have not moved since the accident. there are 100 emergency personnel on scene. we are told that amtrak police are investigating the accident. we asked, but we don't kno
. reach out to us on facebook and we'll see you tomorrow . stay tuned for the news at 4:00. bye-bye. pp >>> a tense situation at herman plaza as they fear a police eviction for a second night in a war. >> meanwhile, across the bay, the iranian hikers support the demonstrators in oakland. i'm dan ashley. we have reporters on both sides of the bay covering the occupied movement. lilian kim is live in san francisco but we're going to start in oakland. they got a big morale boost today? >> yes, they did. the message got drowned out after police almost shut down the occupy oakland camp out here. it all started after protestor's dog bit on tv reporter. there was angry words exchanged. >> the presence of police on the plaza in front of city hall drew a crowd of angry demonstrators. more officers arrived and tensions escalated and they prepared for the worst. but police tolerated the jeers and chose to stand down. >> it is an occupation. so we respect this as a public space but no longer under the authority. >> they turned on the media saying they didn't have a right to shoot video on public pr
at jack london square. more than a dozen people were hurt. alan wang is live at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang r
much of downtown oakland. earlier today police used loud speakers telling demonstrators to qleer the area around city hall. when that didn't happen, this is what happened next. police warned the crowd they would use teargas if if the protesters didn't leave, and they kept their promise. they were choking teargas near oakland city hall. this took place at 7:45 and scattered several blocks away. this was not the first time demonstrators tangled with police today. around 6:00 police used flash bang grenades after demonstrators swarmed around a handful of officers trying to make an arrest on washington and a street. demonstrators flung paint and other objects at the officers until reinforcement moved in and pushed the crowd back. a few moments earlier around 5:30, the several hundred marchers hit a wall of marcherswho prevented the demonstrators from reaching police headquarters. there was pushing and shoving with officers arresting a man and woman. the march was loud, but peaceful when it kicked off from the oakland library around 4:00 this afternoon. they were upset that the occupy
an arrogant narsistic. jim carrey comes to fine. >> why jim? >> i don't know. send us a tweet or e-mail as well. that is kevin spacy. >> he's in town with richard the thir. >> i will have to think about potential actors. continue to reach out and we'll have more tomorrow. including the real housewives of new york and opinions and reactions today. have a great day. bye-bye. >>> sky 7hd live over oakland near city hall right now where a political protest erupts into the violent clashes with police. it began as a peaceful march, but things got tense fast. escalating clashes with police, flash bangs and teargas. the skirmishes began around 6:00 this evening and continued through the night. now more than five hours later there is no sign of either side relenting. police stand in force behind barricades and occupy protesters refuse to comply or yield. >> good evening. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson is on assignment. this showdown was inevitable once they were forced out of their encampment in the middle of the night. this evening the tension turned into violence. demonstrators throwing
? they could hear it or something. let us know if you have a dog or cat. especially a dog. let us know if you can heads up and we'll have more tomorrow including your reactions. and actor don cho will join us in the tudio. stay tuned for the news at four, thank you. >>> good evening, i'm dan ashley. on a day when the state holds the large e-earthquake drill in history, guess what happened? two quakes shape up the bay area. they were just a nile apart. first one hit this afternoon. a, another at 3.8. first one on the left, one this evening on the right. lilian kim is live at the epicenter this berkeley. they were not big quakes but a lot of people felt them. >> some people say the aftershock felt bigger. some say the opposite but bottom line they were very similar. we spoke with students here at u.c. berkeley, everybody felt it. aftershock happened and classes were going on and many people were in the library when the second one hit. the epicenter was pretty much at cal memorial stadium. hayward fault runs through the middle of it. it's you undergoing major construction, no word of damage but
. >> in the end moore agreed to meet with jean quan. thomas roman is live in oakland for us and has the latest on occupy oak -- oakland. >> there were more than a thousand people gathered here talking about wednesday's proposed general strike. as you can see behind me there are still a few hundred left. the mood here is still one of enthusiastic commitment. michael moore gave a rousing speech supplying occupy oakland with a huge morale boost. >> occupy oakland. occupy everywhere. >> michael moore fired up the hundreds of people who packed the plaza this afternoon. >> in my lifetime i have never seen a movement like this take hold with this many people all across the country. >> moore was boosting morale here in the plaza and mayor quan and police chief jordan held a news con -- news conference in city hall. he was one of the vets injured in the protest. chief jordan was not able to talk to olson, but he spoke to his parents. >> let me express my sorrow for what happened. >> mayor quan says she has tried without success to talk to the occupy camp since tuesday's confrontation. quan was asked by
started frantic rescue efforts. those who couldn't find shovels used their bear hands. they said screams for help were coming from beneath the piles of wreckage. this woman was rescued, with the pain seared on her face. they could only comfort one another as they waited helplessly for word from family and friends. "there was a a lot of shaking" says this man. "i have relatives and i pray they come out alive and well." this man said, "we went to all of the hospitals, but haven't been able to find our friend." frequent aftershocks disrupted rescue efforts. turkey is one of the world's most active seismic zones. officials say casualty numbers will climb and understand h hospitalized and medical supplies are urgently needed. by night fall, power saws were brought in to cut through the debris as darkness added new difficulty to the rescue efforts. abc news. >> now, without electric -- electricity it has been hard to rescue loved ones in the earthquake zone. but thomas roman spoke to some bay area residents who were able to connect with bay area members. >> they were watching the tragedy unfol
a year in profit they make, and that money i think should be used or portions should be used to cover the cost of their negligence. >> the san mateo assembly member says it is unconscionable that pg&e would pass 90% of the cost to its customers. but a pg&e spokesperson explained to abc7, "that's how we recover costs for this type of work." the shareholders normally would have paid less than the 10% it is proposing to pay. 234* fact, normally it would have all been covered by customer rates. hill also points out that pg&e receives an 11.35% rate of return on its work. one of the highest in the country. >> perhaps we should look at that rate of return and see if that is appropriate today. they will with that new rate of return and with the fact that they are a liability that will cover the costs they would and conceivably could make a profit on the destruction of san bruno. >> and $350 million of the $2.2 billion upgrade is for unanticipated costs. >> about $350 million of the $2.2 billion is for contingency. well, we shouldn't be paying it up front if they miss -- if they estimate the
with us on facebook and twitter and send us an e-mail. see you tomorrow. is. >> good evening i'm dan. carolyn johnson is on assignment. we start in the east bay where police say they had no choice but to shoot and kill a man. it happened tonight in antioch just off lemon tree way. lillian kim is there live. lillian take us through what happened here? >>reporter: dan, investigators are still here collecting evidence. shooting happened behind me on lemon tree court just off lemon tree way. antioch police say the man officers shot and killed was a parolee with a gun. neighbors say police gave ample warning to the man they had chased that the antioch neighborhood. >> i was right there and i heard everything. >>reporter: what did you hear them say. telling him to put it down and to, let it go and just get on the ground. but he wasn't listening. >>reporter: that's when soon after they heard a series of gunshots. >> i heard like i think it was cops yelling at him. like saying get down or something and then i just heard like 3 gunshots and then i heard like 12 after that. >>repor
agencies have assisted us. >> 40 agencies have combed the woods for a month searching for bachelor. on august 27th he shot and killed a formerpot -- fort black -- fort bragg -- much look the cabin where bachelor was last scene breaking into. >> the s.w.a.t. team from sacramento, the officer got the other two people to look, they identified that's who it was, they engaged him, shot him, he fell to the great, death was obvious and instant stainan. >> news he was killed spread quickly in the town. pot bragg residents received a reverse 9-1-1 call. that call gave residents some relief after 35 dives -- days of anxious seem. >> we would like to advise you your neighbor has been secured. >> residents can finally come out of hiding. >> it's a relief it was emted. 35 days of not knowing if you would go outside at night. >> in fort brag, abc-7 news. >> alan: in contra costa county a man is dead after breaking into a home in bay point. a woman shot and killed the intruder after he threatened her and her pregnant daughter. it happened just after 3:00 this afternoon. police believe the suspect
bandanna. we talked to sergeant police bruce brown who wouldn't go on camera, but he gave us more information on this. he told us again there were at least 30 people in the house at the time of the shooting when the shots rang up. they were all relatives and they were all celebrating a one-year-old's birthday party. sergeant brown says there is a county wide to be on alert for two hispanic suspects. they were wearing dark clothing and one was wearing a black bandanna. there was a dark car seen cruising around the neighborhood. police don't yet have a description of the car to put out. we will update this as it happens. that's about all there is here in pittsburgh. reporting live in pittsburgh, thomas roman, abc news. >> thank you, thomas. >>> in san jose police are investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting. th is the 6th officer-involved shooting in san jose this year. lilian kim has more. >> a san jose police officer shot and killed a man at the back of the parkside terrace apartment complex. those nearby say the suspect was in his car trying to get away from the officer wh
jammed under the front of the berra transit bus used to be a motorcycle. police say this marks the end of a long crime scene. >> the bus involve actually dragged the motorcycle for about a mile and came to rest after the 160th avenue onramp. >> reporter: the motorcyclist died and because of initial reports by witnessed, police are handling this as a homicide. >> i don't know if there was any communication between the two that's unknown. and then suddenly the van turned and hit the motorcyclist. >> investigators are interviewing the driver of the pair extra transit van to figure out if he intended to hit the cyclist. witnesses say the biker was traveling with a pack of other riders. >> there was a group of motorcycles that was reported, anywhere from six to eight people on motorcycles. some had insignias which showed affiliation the hells angels. whether or not the victim did, don't know. >> the initial crash and investigation brought traffic to a stand stihl and got some drivers snagged in a surface street maize trying to get home. >> left on liberty. >> four hours after the crash, nin
't wait to get there. >> it's going to be an amazing trip back home for all of us. >> tonight we are hearing for the first time the 911 tapes from the cupertino cement plant shooting that left three people dead and six injured. an employee stormed into the plant and opened fire two weeks ago. one of the calls came from an emotional man who batched the whole thing unfold. listen. >> in the cement plant, at the quarry, somebody shoot everybody. >> how many people are shot? >> five or six. it's in the quarry. >> and everybody is on their way. hold on just a second. >> people will die. >> hold on. >> the shooter was disgruntled worker. authorities say he took his own life as police closed in on him a day after the shooting. >> san francisco's recreation and park commission has approved the naming of the park. san francisco native was the first person to report the hijacking calling to the ground from the crew telephone. betty aung is expected to reopen early next year in her name. >>> coming up next, the medical decision that steve jobs came to regret. startling revelations in his au
want to know what you think. go to facebook.comand send us a did he tell. and you can send usa an e-mail at kgo-com. >> we do admit we are babies when we are sick. >> it doesn't help. >> oh, my goodness. >> you guys need to get a phone. >> that's why you don't have babies. can you imagine? >> no. men had babies. >> there wouldn't be any. >> population would have end happened by now. >> have a great weekend, lizzie and i will see you on money. send us an e-mail on twitter and facebook. stay tuned for the news at hey, guys. want to try a new hamburger helper tonight? [ female announcer ] new ultimate cheeseburger macaroni hamburger helper. our cheesiest macaroni flavor. helpers. forty dishes, all delicious. gives us the most nutritious of gifts. but only when they are ready to be given. that's why we pick vegetables at their peak. ...and freeze them fast, locking in nutrients ...for you to unwrap. ♪ ho, ho, ho. green giant [ cheering ] >> anti-wall street protestors cheer in new york after a showdown with the authorities. [ chanting ] >> in san diego, meantime, police use pepper spr
confiscated. >> it is meant we have had to regroup and start collecting supplies to use for folks. it happened pretty quickly. but we have to start from scratch. >> they planned for wednesday's strike. we asked residents what they thought of the planned walkout. >> i think it will show their ineffectiveness. >> i will there is a unified message and what they want i would be surprised if the participation of that strike is more than 15 20%. >> he runs a local bookstore off piedmont avenue. >> you are a shock keep -- keeper? >> closed. >> there is indeed a poster in his window. this cal student shows us why she is joining wednesday's walkout. >> california universities were founded with the principal of making education available to everybody and it is now going to be $22,000 a year to attend. >> this is a warning shot to the 1% that we can flex our power too. >> they say wednesday will be an historic day. >> we willmar sh -- march to the port of oakland and shut it down. we are there for the 7 p.m. sh
's feet. >> we feel we wanted more supporters to come down here. we can make us feel more comfortable. a lot of people can't make it in that direction and we want them to see us. >> at about 8:30, they held a meeting to discuss what they would do if and when police come to enforce the 10 p.m. curfew. some will leave the park peacefully. others hillary cyst peacefully -- will resist peacefully and are ready to get arrested. at this point there is no sign of police enforcement. at least not while tv cameras are here. >> we will see what happens later on. across the bay the occupy movement is enjoying a quiet night. around 100 members of occupy sf marched to city hall demanding their first amendment rights. police tore down tents and tarps citing city rules. mayor ed lee says it has cost the city $100,000 in over time and clean up. while money is not a problem in new york city, the occupy wall street movement is taking in $8,000 a day. the movement is flush with almost a half million dollars, most from on-line donations. there is also a mountain of donated goods, enough to enable protest
a good amount of wind and rain overnight. >> sand yaw patel is tracking it all on radar for us. -- sandhya patel is tracking it for us. >> the wind and the rain are beginning to intensity. you will see that all of the bay area is covered in green. it is just an indication that the rain has begun to spread. look at the wind. half moon bay is gusting to 28 miles an hour as the cold front approaches. and i just want to take you around the bay area and show you where we are getting some downpours from vacaville toward fairfield. you can see on the 101 getting pounded. so far a third of an inch of rain. most of the areas are less than a 10th of an inch. as you will see the sierra nevada is picking up some snow. there are some chain controls around highway four if you are heading in that direction in advance of this storm. snow will be amounting to about a foot or more in the high country. rain here in the bay area will be counting in inches. i will be back with a look at your morning forecast and talk about the thunderstorm probability in a few minutes. dan? >> sandhya, thanks very
by christmas. not declaring victory he did say u.s. troops can leave iraq with their heads held high. >> i can report as promised the arise of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly nine years, america's war in iraq will be over. >> the thing i wouldn't do that the president is doing is telling the enemy how many troops you are going to bring out and when you are going to bring them out. i don't think that is a good strategy. >> iraq wanted american troops to stay but they would not be immune to prosecution but some will stay to guard the embassy in baghdad. today the war has cost the lives of 4400 american fighters and more than 32,000 have been wounded. in terms of money, the united states has spent more than $700 billion on the war but the president's decision now comes the debate on the timing and what was accomplished over there. jonathan bloom is here with that story. >> the one thing that everybody seems to agree on, they are glad that our troops are coming home. as for what the war accomplished, we found optimism as very frank criticism. that was inside
such an annoying song. it is an original and that is facebook and synd us a tweet or e-mail. have a great weekend and we'll be back here on monday and visit with master chef and take you inside of harry fenton's newly remodeled tar light room. thank you and have a good weekend. >>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. a pilot who took off from monterey is forced to ditch his plane in the pacific. >> 400 miles from hawaii he radioed he was running on fumes. the plane took off from monterey, but just 13 miles from the big island the fuel tank ran dry forcing him to ditch in the ocean. thomas roman is in the newsroom. take us through it. >> he was attempting a flight that according to the specifications, tested the plane to its limit. the 65-year-old man was in a twin-engine cessna to hawaii this afternoon. he radioed the f.a.a. which notified the hilo coast guard to tell them the pilot was low on fuel and would then run out. >> when the pilot was approximately 400 miles out, the coast guard c-130 went out to rendezvous with him. we basically guided him in the entire way talking to
daughter. >> i am appealing to anyone there. if you saw anything call the san leandro police help us solve this crime. that's my only child. >> reporter: police tell us they have interviewed quite a few people at the party last night, but they are still trying to hammer down some key details. first of all, what lead up to the shooting 1234 who were the trigger people or the trigger person and who organized the party? they are hoping anyone with information will call the san leandro tip line. the number is 510-577-3278. in san leandro. >>> in the south bay, an initiative to allow pot clubs in palo alto is building steam and concern. it would allow three dispense res within city limits, but not everyone is on board. thomas roman is live in palo alto with more. >> palo alto banned the pot dispense res, but now they are considering whether to adopt an initiative that would allow three pots dispense res in the city or let the voters decide next year. the city of palo alto prohibits the alteration of any dispense res like these. opening the dispense res would provide easy access to pot and caus
of goodies. thanks for being with us. wrom -- we'll see you on monday. have a great weekend. >> bye-bye. [applause] >>> this is what people are talking about in every town and city and village across america, occupy oakland, occupy new york, occupy san francisco. >> michael moore pumps up demonstrateys in new york. >> and in the process locks horns with the mayor. >> the mayor and the movie maker went back and forth on twitter. >> in the end moore agreed to meet with jean quan. thomas roman is live in oakland for us and has the latest on occupy oak -- oakland. >> there were more than a thousand people gathered here talking about wednesday's proposed general strike. as you can see behind me there are still a few hundred left. the mood here is still one of enthusiastic commitment. michael moore gave a rousing speech supplying occupy oakland with a huge morale boost. >> occupy oakland. occupy everywhere. >> michael moore fired up the hundreds of people who packed the plaza this afternoon. >> in my lifetime i have never seen a movement like this take hold with this many people all acros
a right to shoot video on public property. >> people say you can't record us. you have to go. >> the arrival of three american hikers from an iranian prison altered the mood. it was first west coast appearance since being released. >> coming home to this, it really is amazing. >> we knew we never would be forgotten. a lot of prisoners don't have that. a lot of prisoners are inside and for all they know they are forgotten. >> shane bauer and josh fat al were released from prison after being charged with espionage. >> our message to everyone here in occupy oakland that occupy oakland, i supports you. >> and moments early in the day, protestors are settling in. they have been watching a documentary about a collapse of the economy. >>> across the bay, san francisco protestors are hoping for a night without any trouble with police. that is not what happened last night. lilian kim is live at justin herman plaza, all quiet so far? >> dan at this moment it is quiet. protestors have been violating curfew for an hour now. it's technically off-limits between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the
. [ chanting ] >> in san diego, meantime, police use pepper spray and there are arrests. good evening, i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson has the night off. the occupied movement against corporate greed continues to grow across the country and in the bay area. in oakland, demonstrators took to the streets and tomorrow is being called an international day of action. sergio is live with the story tonight. >> reporter: i will tell you what, this group here at oakland city hall has actually been pretty quiet for most of the evening. they were conducting an improvised town hall meeting but only in the last few minutes did they turn up the turntables and it is kind of a party right now. what had been a significant demonstration on city hall became a demonstration in the street. dozens broke off from the encampment to shout and chant their message. this was a demonstration that was loud and confrontational but not violent. among those participating, stephanie and friends remained after the march was over. >> i am proud of this because we are a part of the 99% and everything is sort of set up with us at
agents say they plan to assassinate the saudi ambassador to the u.s. a bomb was supposed to detonate in a washington, d.c. restaurant. >> when the confidential source noted that there could be 100 to 150 people in a fictional restaurant where the requested bombing would take place, the lead defendant said no problem and no big deal. >> officials say the plot was directed from iran by the country's special foreign actions unit. but he says these iranian agents are amateurs compared to the kutz. >> i watched these guys for 30 years. they don't transfer money, but they use only proxies. >> he adds that an attack on a dc restaurant is an act of war and can't see why iran would want to do that. iran denies the whole thing. he says the outraged reaction by the u.s. could be exactly what someone plotting to overthrow the iranian government would want. >>> the republican presidential hopefuls debated in new hampshire this evening and now that herman cane is climbing in the polls, the field zeroed in on the pizza business king and his 999 tax plan. >> it is a catchy phrase. in fact, i thought
a newly purchased ak 47 to his friends brandon powell over the weekend. said he was going to use it on the racist people at work who were mess with him with that are you doing with that. what you going to do with that. he was lick man, these bleep mate job keep messing with me. >>reporter: the deputy involved in the shooting have been identified as santiago hilt and chris. collectively they have 7 years with the sheriff's department. live in sunnyvale abc 7 news. >>> all right thank you. survivors of wednesday shooting continue to recover. one man tells dramatic story how he escaped being killed fromal mochbilityd ambrose yo tells us that he saw almond pull out a handgun and start firing. mike was hit in the arm and played dead until almond walked out of the room. this man romero had 2 brothers shot at the lehigh cement plan plant. 1 in good condition at the medical center and almond killed the other. romero describes that mother as man of faith. >> faithful to his company and he was a team leader over there he was a team leader over there. unfortunately leaders that g
of course mud to multiple mess on by area road. allen is live inxd oaklad for us. allen? >>reporter: yes the first rain of the season is always a concern because that oil buildup on the roadways can turn into slicks that cause a pretty messy situation. in the north bay where roads got day long soaking the chp says they responded to more than 30 collisions. many likely caused by unsafe speeds on slick road roads. in this park a driver slammed into the back of flatbed pick up and santa rosa the truck spun out and held up traffic on highway 101. this truck rolled 30 feet down an embankment off calistoga road. >> day like today we may see a tripling or quadruple of calls for service for spin outs, for fender bender and for individual running off the roadway. >>reporter: in the east bay the arabian came later in the afternoon during rush hour. in contra costa county near martinez this suv flipped over while trying to negotiate a curve on the pacheco ramp on highway 4. in walnut creek the chp says this car ended up facing the wrong way on the ignacio ramp causing a bottle neck on inters
. are you with us? come on, suzy, are you there. we don't have her with us. >> yes. you can hear me. now i can. >> congratulations on winning the trip. >> no, i can't. >> i think we have a bug or manage - something is messing with us. >> hello, hello, suzy, how are you? she's great apparently. i am speaking and you interpert. how about a hand of congratulations for suzy. she will go to new york. and you join us tomorrow. a very special show. kevin smith will join us and an interview with selma. and stay tuned for the news at four. have a great evening, bye-bye. >> we are here tonight because of scott olson. >> up oakland rally around u.s. marine injured in tuesday betwd police. >>> meantime the protestors are moving back into frank plaza and this time they have the mayor's blessing. good evening. >> after the violent clashes 2 nights ago the mayor and police have had a change of heart. >> they don't want another repeat of the spectacle that made national headlines and put a decorated veteran in the hospital. scott olson suffered a skull fracture hen hit by tear gas canister by police. he
us today that he still felt davis' presence on the sidelines. >> i felt like he was there in spirit for sure. >> it is obvious davis' presence will be felt for a longtime by the team and the coaches. >> we truly have an angel watching over us and we thank him for that. >> if tonight's turnout was any indication, there should be a huge crowd at the next raider game this coming sunday against the browns. in alameda thomas roman abc7 news. >> thanks, thomas. >>> another big story governor brown is working through 142 bills on his desk deciding whether or not to sign them into law before the midnight deadline. lilian kim is here to tell us about a few of them he signed into law today. lilian? >> among the bills governor brown signed were three healthcare bills. one is a big victory for families with autistic children and two others are designed to protect minors. >> children as young as 12 years old can get the hpv vaccine without parental consent. the human papiloma virus is sexually trans
of us need to decide what we are going to do. if we want to tear down the fence, we will. >> reporter: in the plaza, they allowed the forced eviction and what they call brutal police tactics during last might's march. the mayor who was once a radical organizer said several assaults in the camp lead to her decision. >> it really deteriorated last week the tribune article about the man who was struck in the head with a two by four. for me there was an emotional end. >> there is a real potential that exists when we have the chance to be the real movie. to extend our anger into the outrage that exists all across the country. >> outside the crowd swelled to several hundred with his own friend and legal advisor distancing himself from her. >> i will tell you that i strongly advise her to allow the camp to continue. >> in a tug of war among the leaderless demonstrators, some began pushing in the fence while others tried to prevent it. but as night fell, the fence came down and a group trying to maintain order decided to at least stack the fence neatly. >> back live now and sky 7 looking at t
in the ocean. thomas roman is in the newsroom. take us through it. >> he was attempting a flight that according to the specifications, tested the plane to its limit. the 65-year-old man was in a twin-engine cessna to hawaii this afternoon. he radioed the f.a.a. which notified the hilo coast guard to tell them the pilot was low on fuel and would then run out. >> when the pilot was approximately 400 miles out, the coast guard c-130 went out to rendezvous with him. we basically guided him in the entire way talking to him. >> before 9:00 p.m. he ditched the plane 13 miles north of the big island. >> he was able to ditch his aircraft safely and crawl out to the wing of his aircraft where a coast guard rescue swimmer from a helicopter that was trailing this entire revolution was able to get to him quickly, recover him and now they have taken him to the hilo medical center. >> this is a photo of the cessna t-310 involved. according to flight specifications it has a maximum range up to 2300 miles. the distance from monterey to hilo is 2315. he was able to ditch 13 miles short of his destination. the co
live and send us a tweet and e-mail us at 7live@kgo-tv.com. >> you know even if they move it to saturday. they are stuck with people coming in late on monday. >> good halloween party. and before we go on a serious note. we want to acknowledge the passing of a very important person in the history of the family. daniel burke served as president of the incornerated. he passed away this morning he is survived by wife harriet of 54 years and four children and 14 grandchildren. daniel burke was 82 years old and he will be missed. and we'll have more tomorrow including opinions and reactions to our stories. check with us on twitter and facebook and send us an e-mail and lizzie and i will be with you tomorrow. stay tuned for the news at four. bye-bye. [applause] [applause] >>> in san francisco tonight, hundreds of occupy demonstrators may face forced eviction from their camp. >> and in oakland, police and protesters face-off for a second straight night. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. we start in oakland where hundreds of pro -- protestors are on th
and lizzie andlive. >> that's it for us. have a wonderful day. we'll check it out tomorrow. thed for the news at four. >> i know, it is over. [applause] >> [laughter] [applause] >> that's it. >> well, i am in line. i am going to sacrifice the entire night. i have done it before. >> another big night for apple. even company cofounder staked out a place in line. >> hundreds are camping out tonight to be among the first to get the new i-phone. >> and that goes on sale at eight in the morning. >> apple expects to serve 25 million of them by the end of the year. mark is live at the apple store and for many fans, it is like christmas eve waiting for christmas morning. >> reporter: yeah, and you stole my thunder a little bit talking about the new company official but guess who we saw in los gatos? the cofounder of apple actually in line and told us he would be there all night. night. >> every single i-phone is that worthy and it made me thinking about waiting in line all night to get tickets for rolling stones in winterland so i will stay up all night for this event even though i don't have to. >> t
died of his wounds. police tell us that there were some 4,000 mourners at the funeral soirkt was difficult, if not impossible, to stop the shooting from happening. these photos taken by a san jose resident shows the multitude of people takenning the funeral for geoffrey pettigrew. it was in this mass of people that shots rang out at 12:50 this afternoon. >> we don't know the circumstances. something we're going to look into, to determine whether this was an isolated incident or something random. >> pettigrew was shot to death in sparks, nevada bit a member of another motorcycle club last month. police don't know if the shooting is connected. this photograph by a san jose mercury news photographer caught men surrounding someone seconds after the shooting, police think this can help. >> a photographer witnessedded a least individuals jumping on what they believed to be the shooter, so they -- there's that possibility that there irthose individuals as witnesses. >> reporter: there were an estimated 4,000 hells angels members and others at the cemetery this afternoon. the police
? the cofounder of apple actually in line and told us he would be there all night. >> every single i-phone is that worthy and it made me thinking about waiting in line all night to get tickets for rolling stones in winterland so i will stay up all night for this event even though i don't have to. >> thousands waiting in line, some including the denver case company, enjoying the publicity. >> enjoying the fun that everybody will have on the streets here. >> reporter: for some, it was more some better, reflecting on steve jobs who lost his life last week. >> this is steve's show. >> it is an incremental upgrade over the previous version i-phone 4, has a little better camera, better features. >> but it has a voice activated feature that will talk to you, look up messages, answer questions. >> what is the best cell phone. >> you are kidding, right? >> , no really, what is the best cell phone. >> wait, there are other phones? >> so you can tell it has a little attitude. when we asked her what do you think of the android, she wouldn't dignify the question with an answer but tomorrow, they
davis is no longer with us. >> mr. davis has been so loyal to so many people, and so helpful to so many people. that one does not think that is ever going to end, and, yes, indeed, it has. >> mike: all three former players say there will never be another al davis. >> only one guy like him. >> going into the locker room and seeing mr. davis there with a smile on his face, and giving you a handshake, that handshake was very valuable. >> a great football owner. >> mike: the raiders released a statement on their web site that says, he was an innovate for, pioneer with a deep love and passion for the game of football, his legacy with endure forever. we'll hear from some current players coming up later. >> alan: called him mr. davis. >> mike: that's what called him, too. >> alan: the raider nation fans are paying tribute to al davis. we're live at raider headquarters in alameda where fans have been paying respects. >> reporter: and for those who do call themselves part of raider nation, this is the white house house, and that memorial right there is the expression of a people in mourning. for
were hurt. alan wang is live at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two am trains. trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exac
are here tonight because of scott olson. >> up oakland rally around u.s. marine injured in tuesday clash between protestors and police. >>> meantime the protestors are moving back into frank plaza and this time they have the mayor's blessing. good evening. >> after the violent clashes 2 nights ago the mayor and police have had a change of heart. >> they don't want another repeat of the spectacle that made national headlines and put a decorated veteran in the hospital. scott olson suffered a skull fracture hen hit by tear gas canister by police. he was critically injured but now improving. lillian is live in oakland where candle light vigil held in his honor tonight. lillian. >>reporter: scott olson has come a long way since tuesday. he is now in fair condition. others at tonight vigil spread the good news. >> we have an update on scott's condition. he is conscience. [applause]. >>reporter: hundreds of people gather at the plaza in oakland in honor of scott olson. 24-year-old iraq war veteran was hit in the head with a police projectile during tuesday night violent confrontation be
are on agreement with ghost . they better not remake ghosts. >> we'll see you tomorrow. reach out to us on facebook and send us a tweet. we'll have reality stars and media guru jeff starks. have a >>> they don't want to beheld accountable, but not make a dramatic impact. >> a frustrated oakland police chief says enough is enough. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. he is moving on after just two years on-the-job. >> which means the city of oakland needs a new top cop. alan wang is live with the story. alan? >> dan and carolyn when he was hire -- hired he faced the task of improving damaged relations with the community. in the end, oakland's bureaucratic obstacle course proved to be his biggest challenge. >> it is just a lot of beurocracy in the city of oakland as a whole. >> he came in as a breath of fresh air. the community had high hopes. in less than two and a half years, oakland police chief anthony bass explained why he is retiring. >> no chief wants to be in a position where he or she has been held
tweeting us on facebook and twitter. lizzie and i will see you 3:00. stay tuned for the news at four and have a great evening. dz. >> gunned down. 2 former san jose state students murdered execution style. tonight police search for motive and kill every. good evening i'm dan ashley. carry lip johnson has the night off. >> young couple killed for no obvious reason. police say the victims 21-year-old eric of san jose and 20-year-old christina of sunnyvale killed. but why? allen is live with the latest with the police. allen? >>reporter: yes dan. this was a brutal crime in a neighborhood near campus. nicknamed professorville after all of the faculty members who live out there. we are told the male victim grew up in atlanta, georgia. his girl friend lived with her airports in sunnyvale. >> i always looked up to her. big role model in my life. >>reporter: to courtney, 20-year-old chris team a was literally the girl next door. >> just really unbelievable. especially because she was so sweet. she never hurt any one or anything. she was just really passionate about what she was
you here this monday. major new study casting doubt about the vitamins that so many of us take. >> up next. why researchers say that some supplement either do no good or may even potentially cause harm. >>> also. urgent medical drama unfolding at one of the most remote places on the planet. we have that story gentleman and nba cuts the season short because of that labor dispute. get the details all that coming up but then later on "nightline". >> coming up next on "nightline". 10-year-old fitness guru growing number of kids out there who are working out like adults. is it health healthy? >> plus oprah welcome rosie to her network and tonight we hear from both of them. her network and tonight we hear from both of them. >>> that's on "nightline". >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. ssz making plans for celebration to remember company co-founder steve jobs. he died last week as you know. jobs fans keep adding to tribute at apple stores like this one in berkeley tonight. company official memorial will take place next wednesday
. city workers closed the access point that he used to reach the rooftop where he is camping. >> on to the south bay where a shark attack has a surfer recovering in a san jose hospital. the shark attacked 27-year-old eric tarantino this morning at moreno state beach. it's believed the great white shark bit him on the dismek forearm and left a huge bitemark in his surf boardle he swam back to shore where fellow surfers tried to stop his bleeding with talls. >> he said call 9-1-1. he was a couple feet away from me and his arm was bleeding badly. >> he ran up the beach right here and stopped at the bottom of the sand dune and then four or five of us -- we're all friends -- we went down and picked him up and brought him actually right where we're filming right here on the sidewalk. >> tarantino is expected to recover and now state park rangers are keeping a close eye out for the shark. >> san jose police tightened security around the funeral of a hells angels biker who was buried. he died after being shot at a
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